This is a ccup (holder) for the Adafruit Crickit. This one unlike my earlier thing (2950338), you don’t have to use standoff(s) or screws(s). It’s an easy print. You can use it to protect the bottom of the CricKit. Above pictures…printed in nylon (black…UM3) and PETG (green…FFCP). For nylon use the CrickitCupNylon.stl file. I found that the tolerances seem to be slightly smaller. I used the UM3 for nylon. Your printer may or may have the same effect.
They will fit the Crickit without the screws(meaning without the CPX or Feather screwed in). For the CricKit with screws (with the CPX or Feather screwed in) see the file with the name ‘screw’ in it.
download the files on: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2950702
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